A photograph showing the general appearance of David Masters’ Wonder of Salvage. ISBN
9781906021788

WONDERS OF SALVAGE

by David Masters

First published 1944. Reprinted and revised 1946 by Eyre & Spottiswoode, London

CONDITION
Navy cloth hard bound book with gilt lettering to spine which is lightly bumped top and bottom;. no inscriptions; corners sharp and pages very clean and tight. No foxing. Condition. VERY GOOD.PRICE £6.00 plus postage.

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Wonders of Salvage by David Masters: – an icon adapted from the spine’s title to represent this book on my site.

List of illustrations

  • The Author about to dive
  • A metal diving dress
  • Seeking the "Lutine's" treasure
  • A steamer out of control
  • Righting an overturned battleship
  • Raising the K13
  • British lifting-craft with a U-boat
  • The "St. Paul" lying on her side
  • Hauling the "St. Paul" upright
  • Raising the "Silurus"
  • The "Araby" in halves at Boulogne
  • Lifting a German warship at Scapa Flow
  • A remarkable photograph of an upside-down warship
  • Two heroic Newfoundland fishermen
  • Five locomotives hauling a sunken ship upright
  • The jury rudder which saved a ship
  • The first ship to be patched with concrete


Wonders of Salvage by Davids Masters: A blue cloth hard bound book with gilt lettering to spine which is lightly bumpped top and bottom;. no inscriptions; corners sharp and pages very clean and tight. No foxing. Condition VERY GOOD.Wonders of Salvage by Davids Masters: A blue cloth hard bound book with gilt lettering to spine which is lightly bumpped top and bottom;. no inscriptions; corners sharp and pages very clean and tight. No foxing. Condition VERY GOOD.
A scanned image of The Russian Court at Sea: A black cloth bound book with gilt lettering to the spine; no inscriptions; in FINE condition (as new).